Caroline is a regular contributor to PSFK. She studies graphic design at George Brown College in Toronto and is interning at PSFK's New York City office for the summer.
Hear Joe Gebbia, the co-founder of Airbnb talk about how the idea to list and book spaces around the world started with an idea that was jotted in a Moleskine notebook.
Common co-founder, John Bielenberg, shares his thoughts on a new initiative he calls a 'collaborative brand' at the 'What's Next?' segment of PSFK's 2011 NYC Conference.
Hear ad man turned filmmaker Erik Proulx talk about the inspirations behind his new project Lemonade Detroit that explores how the city is reinventing itself.
A panel discussion at the 2011 PSFK Conference in NYC on the future of media, technology and the social network.
Dubbed the Groupon of medical supplies, Groundswell is a crowdsourcing platform with daily deals for the health industry.
A panel discussion at the 2011 PSFK Conference in NYC on how sustainability is being embraced in society, small businesses and industries.
Ordflyt offers a free streaming or downloading of its audiobooks for free.
A survey says 12 to 17-year-olds on Facebook are 5 times more likely to try alcohol, smoking and drugs.
Facebook is launching it's new feature to give you more privacy---the right to reject or accept a photo tag before it goes live.
John Puterbaugh gives the audience at the 2011 PSFK Conference in New York City the inside scoop on incorporating mobile tagging into editorial.
Artist-designer Laurie Rosenwald shares her thoughts on creating chaos, the invention of Velcro and the futility of trying to be creative.
Apple vies for a spot in the low-end market by launching a cheaper iPhone 4 at around the same time as the release of the iPhone 5 in late September.
The government is no longer interested in shutting down social networks during times of crises. Instead, they're focusing on how Facebook and Twitter could be used in emergencies.
The South Korean electronics company Samsung, loses in its battle to sell the Galaxy Tab in Germany.